The infamous “no comment” comment. If you have nothing to say, why say anything at all, right? Ironically, it’s the perfect comment: short, sweet, and to the point. “I’m not going to comment”- five words that say everything without saying anything at all. This person sounds tired of all the drama.
Why engage when you can sit back and watch it all unfold? Pass the popcorn, will you? Perhaps they want to make a statement by not participating. Either way, this person knows the value of observing and not saying a word. Less is more, and the less you engage in arguments on social media, the better.
When Facebook Becomes a Recipe Database
Do you remember when we used Facebook to keep in touch with friends and family? No? Neither do we. Word on the street is that Facebook shows you what it thinks you should see – in this case, food groups, recipes, and perhaps a subscription to Good Housekeeping.
We don’t blame the older generation for mistaking Facebook for Google. Why use two different platforms for the same kind of noise and clutter? Alas, it doesn’t work that way. The next time your grandma or grandpa searches for recipes on Facebook, give them a break from adulting for one day.
Let the Good Vibes Remain
Receiving a comment on an old Facebook status is like a sudden blast from the past, reminding us of moments we thought we had left behind. But when grandma’s involved, it can be hilarious. Helen has stumbled upon an exciting status update just 14 years too late.
The update might be old, but her happiness transcends time and space (as it should!). She’s found a virtual time capsule and loves what she sees! All of us could do with a Helen in our lives. She’s the kind who reminds you of the good times – of who you were and how far you’ve come since. Bless Helen, the ultimate hype girl from the future.
Death is a Confusing Time
Social media can be a bit of a mixed bag. You never know what you're going to get - happy pictures with sad news, sad pictures with happy news, or cat memes to help deal with anything life throws at us. And then, there was the case of the confusing death announcement.
They say you should celebrate a person’s life when they die but this might be a bit much. Still, we’re giving them the benefit of the doubt and assume they know nothing about Facebook avatars. Maybe they’re trying to stay positive. It’s confusing - but hey, who are we to tell people how to grieve?
For the Love of Bread, Who is Amanda
This post makes us hangry. We understand being blown away by delicious bread. That’s still no excuse to forget the important things in life – like telling the world who Amanda is. The world needs to know about this talented bread maker. It seems someone willfully “forgot” to tag her because they want all that delicious bread to themselves.
We might be jumping the gun, but food can make us do crazy things. We have so many questions. Who is Amanda? More importantly, what kind of bread are we talking about here? A soft brioche, a crusty baguette, or even the underrated white bread – give us the details! If anyone knows who Amanda is or where we can find her bread, hit us up immediately!